CKHS Launches Google Translate on Website
Crozer-Keystone Health System’s website, www.crozerkeystone.org, has introduced Google Translate to accommodate the needs of Delaware County’s culturally diverse community.
Google Translate is a translation service that provides instantaneous translations between 64 different languages. This program is able to translate words and sentences between any combinations of languages. The goal of Google Translate is to make information universally accessible.
Residents of Delaware County whose first language is not English are now able to access information on the CKHS website regardless of their language. With a simple click of the mouse, website users are able to change all content on the site to their preferred language.
“We’re very excited about the Google Translate addition to our website. It allows us to reach a diverse culture in Delaware County by letting us assist our patients and their families with medical care,” says Kathy Scullin, vice president of Marketing and Public Relations for Crozer-Keystone.
Users can find the Google Translate button on the bottom right of the CKHS website. Once you click the button, you will be able to choose what language you want the website to display.